Oro Valley seeks to fill various board and commission vacancies
Published on January 18, 2023
ORO VALLEY, Ariz. (Jan. 18, 2023) – The Town of Oro Valley is accepting applications from residents who are interested in serving on a board, commission or committee. Oro Valley boards and commissions provide an opportunity for residents to be active in Town government.
To serve on any board, commission or committee, members must be residents of Oro Valley, be able to attend the designated meetings and complete the Town’s Community Academy within their term. Those interested in applying can visit the application process on our website.
The following boards, commissions and committees have openings. These positions will remain open until filled.
Historic Preservation Commission
The Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) promotes the education, cultural and economic welfare of Oro Valley. The HPC works to preserve historic buildings, districts, landmarks, structures, documents and photographs. The commission has one open position that serves a three-year term. The HPC meets on the first Monday of every month at 5 p.m.
Planning and Zoning Commission
The Planning and Zoning Commission has one open position that serves a two-year term. The commission holds public meetings and makes recommendations to the Town Council on matters relating to the General Plan, zoning code amendments, rezoning’s and other land use requests. The Planning and Zoning Commission meets on the first Tuesday of every month at 6 p.m.
Tucson-Pima County Bicycle Advisory Committee Representative
The Town of Oro Valley provides a representative to be part of a joint committee that acts as the official advisory body on bicycling matters in Pima County and the City of Tucson. The Tucson-Pima County Bicycle Advisory Committee meets at 6 p.m. on the second Wednesday of the month.
Public Safety Personnel Retirement System Board
The Public Safety Personnel Retirement System (PSPRS) board has one open citizen position that serves a four-year term. PSPRS is governed by State guidelines. The local PSPRS board was created to provide a uniform, Consistent and Equitable statewide retirement program for public safety personnel who are regularly assigned hazardous duty in the employ of the State of Arizona or a political subdivision of the state. The Public Safety Personnel Retirement System board meets at 2 p.m. on the second Tuesday every other month.